John Randolph Wiles Net Worth

John Randolph Wiles Net Worth is
$9 Million

John Randolph Wiles Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

John Wiles (20 September 1925 – 5 April 1999) was a television writer and producer, now best known for being the second producer of the popular science fiction serial Doctor Who, succeeding Verity Lambert. He was credited as producer on four serials between 1965 and 1966, namely The Myth Makers, The Daleks' Master Plan (which lasted for twelve episodes), The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve, and The Ark.Wiles found his time as producer difficult and frustrating. Although he had a good working relationship with story editor Donald Tosh, Wiles found that he was unable to make many changes to the format of the programme. Attempts to make the series darker led to clashes with actor William Hartnell, who as the sole remaining member of the original team saw himself as the guardian of the series' original values. An attempt to give new companion Dodo Chaplet a cockney accent was vetoed by Wiles' superiors, who ordered that the regulars must speak "BBC English". With Hartnell increasingly in poor health and hostile to Wiles, the latter sought a way to replace the actor. However, this was again opposed by Wiles' superiors. Wiles also disliked the lengthy The Daleks' Master Plan story which had been commissioned by the previous production team and which proved difficult to realise. One of his few changes that lasted even a short time was to limit nearly all stories to just four episodes.In early 1966, Wiles opted to resign in frustration with his inability to steer the show in the direction he wished, with Tosh resigning in sympathy. Of the episodes from his tenure, only The Ark, and three episodes of The Daleks' Master Plan, still survive in the BBC's archives. As Wiles chose not to employ John Cura and his tele-snaps service, there is very little visual record left of his time on Doctor Who.The tenure of the next producer, Innes Lloyd, coincided with a change in management and so consequently Lloyd was then able to both introduce a character with a cockney accent (Ben Jackson) and replace Hartnell.

Date Of BirthJanuary 11, 1925
Died1999-04-05
Place Of BirthStreatham, London, England, UK
ProfessionCinematographer, Producer
Star SignCapricorn

Cinematographer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Foot's Eye View1966Short
Carry on Nylon1963Documentary short
Rivers at Work1960Documentary short
Urge to Kill1960director of photography
The Witness1959
Mystery in the Mine1959
The Headless Ghost1959
The British Policeman1959Documentary short
Man with a Gun1958
Print of Death1958Short photographed by
Seven Men1955Documentary short
The Silent Witness1954Short
Mystery at Monstein1954Short
The Candlelight Murder1953Short
The Drayton Case1953Short
Oil Review No. 181953Documentary short
Electrical Distribution1951Documentary short
Road Sense1951Documentary short

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dilemma1979Short producer
Tanker1971Short producer - as John R. Wiles
The Cigarette Case Story1969Short producer - as John R. Wiles

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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